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Whats your local paper???

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Jord

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The Buchan Observer - 47p! it's a rip off.

Evening News which I think is local :?
 
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BJMorley

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Derby Evening Telegraph
Derby Express (which I'm trying to get hold of)
 

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When I lived in Buckinghamshire the Bucks Advertiser was the free paper on Fridays, it was delivered free to houses but it was also available in shops, for which there was a 25p charge.
 

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Herts Advertiser, used to deliver it.

Its a free paper but made people who asked me from their cars to pay 60p ;)
 

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Airdrie and Coatbridge Adveriser

Airdrie and Coatbridge World

The latter is free and both are rags. I read neither.
 
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There are 2 local newspapers where I live - The Sheerness Times Guardian and the Sheppey Gazette. Both cost money, around the 45p mark and both are ok actually, although the Gazette does print news from the mainland too often in the Sheppey edition.
 

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Manchester Evening News, Daily, Paid For
Sale and Altrincham Messenger, Weekly, Free
Manchester Metro News, Weekly, Free
 
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